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Perfect food for a Halloween party! These puff pastry intestines can be made sweet or savory, and they're great for feeding a crowd. :D

I chose to fill my puff pastry intestines with sloppy joe mix, but you can really do any filling you like! Once your puff pastry is thawed, you can easily get these on the table within an hour. They're much more simple than they look.

Not crazy about working with puff pastry? Try oneprimalscream's recipe - she uses crescent rolls instead!
http://www.instructables.com/id/Edible-Entrails/

Step 1: ingredients:

  • 1 package puff pastry, thawed (I used Pepperidge Farm)
  • 2-3 cups of filling (I used homemade sloppy joes, but you could also try a sweet filling, like jam!)
  • one egg, well beaten
  • red food coloring
You'll also need an oven set to 375 F, a 9x13 baking pan lined with parchment paper, and some flour for dusting your work surface. :)
The kids thought it was so gross and delicious!!! Thank you
<p>Gotta' put some corn in there for realism.</p>
Inspiring instructable!! Thanks! Do you think it would not get as soggy if the filling was a little less moist? I'm thinking about making this for a party but I know it won't get eaten all at once. Trying to think of a savory vegetarian filling (soy chorizo?) that would extend the table-life of it. Thanks!
Great idea, well done. I will have a go at doing this.
Kool idea. Btw looking at the pictures I really like how your kitchen looks. Really nice! =)
Wow! That is impressive, gross and hilarious! I love it.
Eeeewww!
Fun and I really like what you chose to fill your intestines with--very clever.
We'll be spending Halloween at our adult children's home.....this would be a GREAT thing for &quot;Honey&quot; (that's what the Grandkids call me instead of Grandma) to make before Trick Or Treating!! I'll be SO cool!
Lordy, that looks delicious! Nice disturbing touch with the sloppy joe filling!

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